I came across a little tool this week that may be helpful. It is called AuthorStream and is a tool that turns your sermon (or whatever…) Powerpoint presentations into flash files and then allows them to be stored and viewed on the net. I see two advantages of this:
1. Rather than sending an entire PPT file to someone (which can be quite large & cumbersome), you can just send them a link and they can view the PPT right there on the site.
2. Because it is a flash presentation, and not a PPT presentation, it cannot be (as easily) changed and stolen. You CAN allow people to also download the original PPT for their use, but that is only an option.
I found it very easy to register and just as easy to upload my first PPT. I used this morning’s sermon on Acts 15:36-41 [the division between Paul & Barnabas] and uploaded the converted the Powerpoint from that sermon to the flash. You can find it here.
I would suggest you check it out. It may be of use to you and it may not, but I find it a cool little tool. You can find the homepage here.